Gun laws that protect survivors of domestic violence are among the most important public safety laws in the country.
More than 8 in 10 Americans agree: people who commit domestic abuse shouldn’t have guns.
The mere presence of a gun in a domestic violence situation makes it five times as likely that a woman will be killed. Gun violence is now the leading cause of death for children.
Keeping guns away from abusers is common-sense, life-saving, and constitutional.
A negative outcome in United States v. Rahimi would be extremely dangerous to public safety – especially for women and children, who are at greatest risk for domestic violence.